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07 cbr idling higher than usual

I have a 2007 cbr600rr, and I have noticed lately my bike idles around 1900-2000rpm, normal is around 1400-1500rpm(this is when the bike is warm), also when using the engine for braking it just doesn't feel like it use to, that is probably due to the higher idle. Although when I first start it when cold the bike will drop down to normal idle once warm, but once I start riding it idles higher than normal once stopped and it just doesn't ride like it use to. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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how many km's/miles? dont believe you can adjust idle on the 07's ive never had to on mine. May want to look at plugs and or air filter as well, just a thought

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There is idle adjuster on the throttle body but it will affect the idle during warm up as well.

Sticky throttle cable maybe?
Especially since it only happens during a ride, i.e. after the throttle has been twisted and not during warm up
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how many km's/miles? dont believe you can adjust idle on the 07's ive never had to on mine. May want to look at plugs and or air filter as well, just a thought
Just put in a new filter and the bike has 12000km's
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There is idle adjuster on the throttle body but it will affect the idle during warm up as well.

Sticky throttle cable maybe?
Especially since it only happens during a ride, i.e. after the throttle has been twisted and not during warm up
I don't know if its a sticky throttle, I would first start it up and let it run for 10 minutes and once warm it would idle perfectly at 1400rpm, i would then shut it off without touching the throttle during the 10 minutes, then start it back and it would then idle at 1900-2000rpm immediatly
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